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Ashley Milne-Tyte

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Ashley Milne-Tyte is the host of a podcast about women in the workplace called The Broad Experience.

Latest Stories from Ashley (676)

Blockbuster Broadway, it's more than just "Hamilton"

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Jun 7, 2018
The musical about the founding father is still a top draw, but other shows have helped drive record attendance to Broadway theaters. With all the packed houses, show producers pulled in $1.7 billion.
"Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' is one of Broadway's blockbuster hits.
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Rockefeller auction at Christie's expected to bring in $500 million or more for charity

by Ashley Milne-Tyte May 1, 2018
The items at the auction include everything from David Rockefeller’s gold cuff links to Picasso paintings that were once owned by writer Gertrude Stein.
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This holiday season, some companies are rethinking that open bar at the office party

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Dec 14, 2017
Amidst news of sexual harassment scandals, some companies are canceling holiday parties while others limit alcohol or hire monitors to patrol the party.
Office parties often include alcohol, but some companies are thinking about limiting drinks or even eliminating the bar this year. 
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Nervous Americans are shelling out for travel insurance

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Nov 13, 2017
Travelers, wary of potential terrorism and natural disasters, are increasingly protecting themselves in advance.
Americans spent almost $3 billion on insurance in 2016, up 19 percent from two years earlier, the US Travel Insurance Association says. Above, travelers make their way to flights at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
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How confidentiality agreements keep sexual harassment hidden

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Oct 23, 2017
Victims have a hard choice: settle and sign confidentiality agreements or go to court.
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Carting New Yorkers' trash to landfills is expensive. One solution: Make less of it.

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Aug 4, 2017
A city plan to increase recycling and food composting is in the works.
One idea to get more people recycling in New York is to give them bags with a bar code on it that would attribute the load to a particular apartment. Above, bags of recycling are piled on a Manhattan street.
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How airports are failing senior travelers

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Jul 31, 2017
Long distances to walk, heavy bags to lift, arrival screens to squint at — older flyers face challenges
Travelers go through the TSA PreCheck security point at Miami International Airport in Miami, Florida.
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How did summer get to be such a make-or-break season for Hollywood?

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Jul 21, 2017
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A poster advertising the anniversary collector's edition of the movie "Jaws" is posted on a lifeguard tower on Zuma Beach in Malibu, California, in 2000. 
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Traffic climbed after the recession. So did accidents and truckers' premiums.

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Jul 6, 2017
Truck companies have turned to technology to ensure employees drive safely.
Attorney Hilary Rowen says the biggest driver of rising insurance rates is the sheer number of hours truckers and everyone else are spending on the road.
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Why are job interviews getting so complicated?

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Jul 5, 2017
The U.S. is at close to full employment, but companies are getting pickier and less responsive at the same time.
Job seeker Christopher Tan gives a resume to a potential employer during a job fair on December 17, 2008 in Concord, California.
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